Putting cruise control back in the 90

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  1. boat

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    My most recent acquisition was a the moonlight blue/black 90 from Timbo that has had quite a history on here.

    I am wanting to add cruise control back on the car and not sure of what all I need to put back in. I am getting rid of the Momo steering wheel and putting a black 93 wheel and airbag in it, using the 93 steering column assembly.

    Pulling the servo control, (round vacuum canister) from the 93, but not sure what else, if anything I need. I have the airbag sensor that goes on the core support for the 90, I know I need the 93 wheel, column and all the guts that go with it.

    Can someone chime in? What all do I need from the 93 to do this?
     
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    It depends on what was removed. There are two other airbag sensors on the lower corners of the car and the module that is to the right of the glove box.
     
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    on the mtx cars, you have vacuum to the servo, and you have a vac line that runs into the cabin and connects by the pedals for the 'disengage' signal if you tap the clutch or brakes.

    you also need the wiring connections to the servo and to the column.

    iirc, the column wiring is different from 90 to 93, so you will need some adaptation there for all of the wiring to the key switch, etc. if I remember that right.
     
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